The October 2010 issue of Global Policy covers topics ranging from intellectual property to international climate policy and resource management in the Arctic, and features authors such as Joe Stiglitz, Pascal Lamy and Justin Lin.
Claude Henry and Joseph E. Stiglitz - Intellectual Property, Dissemination of Innovation and Sustainable Development
Robert Falkner, Hannes Stephan and John Vogler - International Climate Policy after Copenhagen: Towards a ‘Building Blocks’ Approach
Luk Van Langenhove - The Transformation of Multilateralism Mode 1.0 to Mode 2.0
Mary Kaldor - Inconclusive Wars: Is Clausewitz Still Relevant in these Global Times?
Eric Helleiner - What Role for the New Financial Stability Board? The Politics of International Standards after the Crisis
Charles D. Raab - Information Privacy: Networks of Regulation at the Subglobal Level
Klaus Dodds - A Polar Mediterranean? Accessibility, Resources and Sovereignty in the Arctic Ocean
Pascal Lamy - Global Governance: Getting Us Where We All Want to Go and Getting Us There Together
Marco Boggero - Clinical Field Research in a Post-conflict Setting
Sanmit Ahuja - Intellectual Property Crime: The Urgent Need for Global Attention
Dorothy Attwood - Keeping the Internet’s Promise: Universal, Open and Safe
Emmanuel Yujuico and Mona D. Valisno - Exploring Links between Education, Migration and Remittances: The Philippine Case
Tara Acharya, Daniel W. Bena, Beth C. Sauerhaft and Derek Yach - The Role of the Food Industry in Strengthening Links between Agriculture, Nutrition and Environmental Sustainability
Responses to Articles
Justin Yifu Lin - Six Steps for Strategic Government Intervention
Hal S. Scott - The Next Step in Global Financial Regulation: Global Regulation of Interconnectedness
Eric A. Posner - Evaluating the Effects of International Law: Next Steps
Michael Mason - Tackling Dangerous Climate Change: Slow-Ramp or Springboard?